Touring Michigan's courses, linking Philadelphia and Baltimore for a great golf trip, Cleveland's HiBore fairway wood
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
Michigan isn’t usually considered among the pantheon of America’s best golf states, but there are indeed some fine plays there. In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to golf blogger Ron Montesano about touring the best rounds of golf in Michigan.
“We started on Tullymore at the St. Ives Resort,” Montesano says. “And that just was a wonderful course that wound its way through woodlands and wetlands, and didn’t try to be anything that it wasn’t.”
Philadelphia and Baltimore can be linked for an excellent golf trip, according to Senior Writer Chris Baldwin.
“The two cities are only about 80 minutes drive between each other,” Baldwin says. “If you’re going to be in the area, you’ll want to check out both cities, golf a little in both areas.”
In this week’s ‘What Do You Like’ segment, TravelGolf.com’s Kiel Christianson sounds off on the Cleveland HiBore fairway wood.
“I like a couple things about it. One thing I like about it is it’s not just an undersize driver,” Christianson says. “It’s solid. It’s a nice solid little club that doesn’t try to be a driver.”
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